Be Our Guest 2018

23 CO. KERRY | Be Our Guest Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 94 Rooms International Hotel Killarney Blending the charm of times past with contemporary elegance, The International Hotel is located at the heart of Killarney Town and is one of Killarney's longest established and best loved hotels. Comprising 94 recently renovated guestrooms, with our focus on comfort and luxury, we look forward to welcoming you. B&B from: €50.00 - €110.00 Kenmare Place, Killarney Co. Kerry, V93 PXK3 Closed: December 23 - December 26 +353-(0)64-663 1816 Terence Mulcahy 1 Night Dinner, Bed and full Breakfast from €99 per person sharing Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 17 Rooms Kathleens Country House On private grounds with mature gardens, Kathleens is renowned for its traditional hospitality & welcome. Free WiFi & free parking. 3 minutes drive to Killarney Town. Elegant old world charm. Ideal location for Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula, Killarney National Park. Several golf courses nearby - priority tee times arranged. Singles welcome! B&B from: €57.50 - €75.00 Coolgarrive, Tralee Road, Killarney Co. Kerry, V93X642 Closed: October 1 - April 20 +353-(0)64-663 2810 Kathleen O'Regan Sheppard - Owner(s) Book direct on our website for Best Rates. Special O er: 4 Star Guesthouse - 16 Rooms Killarney Lodge Purpose built four star guest house set in its own mature gardens yet only a two minute walk to the town centre and national park. Free private parking. All rooms en-suite with television, power showers and air conditioning. Free WiFi throughout. Enjoy an extensive breakfast menu, welcoming open fires and relaxing surroundings. B&B from: €55.00 - €80.00 Countess Road, Killarney Co. Kerry, V93 CX88 Closed: November 1 - March 10 +353-(0)64-663 6499 Catherine Treacy To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. o Saltee Islands - Wexford p The Saltee Islands are a haven for sea birds, nurturing an impressive array of breeds, from Gannets and Gulls to Puffins and Manx Shearwaters. The Islands consist of the Great and Little Saltee and are situated approximately 5km off the coast of Kilmore Quay in County Wexford. The Great Saltee also has a breeding population of Grey Seals, one of the very few in eastern Ireland. A flourishing period in the history of the islands was from about 1500 - 1800 when they were a base for pirates, wreckers and smugglers. o Cléire (Clear Island) - Cork p This wildly romantic island cannot help but impress those that visit. Cape Clear is a Gaeltacht island off the coast of West Cork and is Ireland’s southernmost inhabited island. Megalithic standing stones, a 5000 year old passage grave, a 12th Century church ruin and a 14th Century castle are testament to the island's rich cultural heritage. You'll be steeped in wildlife on the island: rare migratory birds, whales, sun fish and shark are spotted from the Island every year, as well as regular visitors of dolphins. The plethora of flora and fauna makes for fabulous walking. o Whiddy Island – Cork p Hidden away in Bantry Bay is another of County Cork’s little secrets, Whiddy Island. The island’s recent history has seen it used as a naval base for seaplanes during World War One while during the 1970’s it was used as a terminal for Gulf Oil which included an explosion of a tanker off the island. Going back even further saw the island used as settlement during the 1500s with the castle remains still visible now. The island is popular with walkers exploring the Bantry Blueway and the Whiddy trails while many military and history enthusiasts come to see the old base Viking influence.